Bogatensky district - the administrative-territorial unit of the Kursk governorship of the Russian Empire in 1779-1797. The district center was the city of Bogaty (now the village of Bogatoe in the Ivnyansky district of the Belgorod region ).
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|Population||29,814 ( 1,782 ) (4th revision)|
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In 1779, Kursk governorship was created, which included the Bogatensky district . The county was formed from the lands of the Karpov district of the abolished Belgorod province , and the city of Karpov was “demoted” to the village, and the village of Bogatoye was renamed the county town, renamed the city of Bogaty .
Bogatensky district lasted less than 20 years. In 1797, the Kursk governorship was transformed into the Kursk province . The territory of Bogatensky district was divided between Oboyansk and Belgorod counties.
The city of Bogaty remained a contingent city of Oboyansk district until 1926, after which it was deprived of the status of a city and transformed into the village of Bogatoe .
- Larionov S. I. Description of the Kursk governorate from ancient and new different news about him briefly collected . - Moscow: free printing house of Ponomarev, 1786. - S. 70-76. - 191 p. Archived July 11, 2009. Archived July 11, 2009 on Wayback Machine